HJXHJX: Air Jordan 1 ‘Homage to Home’ Combines the ‘Banned’ and ‘Chicago’
Air Jordan 1 ‘Homage to Home’ Combines the ‘Banned’ and ‘Chicago’
Jordan Shoes 2017 are finally here. One of the greatest colorways of one of the most popular sneakers ever is back once again with the triumphant return of the Air Jordan 1 High “Royal”. Quantities are not expected to be that limited, but when it’s a shoe that everybody wants, you’re still not going to want to hesitate for even a second when they hit sneaker shops this Saturday, April 1st. Here to help you get an idea of where exactly they’ll be dropping to better increase your chances of copping a pair.
Nike Air Jordan 2017 wasn’t all fun and games though. In 1985 NBA commissioner David Stern banned Michael from wearing the Air Jordan 1 in black/red due to not meeting the NBA’s dress code. Each time Michael wore them, he would be finned $5,000. Nike saw this and took on a perfect marketing ploy. They would pay Jordan’s fines and released a commercial giving this pair the nickname “Banned”.The signature Air Jordan 1 sneaker that started it all for MJ is dropping in another popular iteration, “Triple Black.”
Latest Jordans 2017 stays true to what many expect from the Retro High OG edition of the silhouette and is coated in black coloring from top to bottom.Minor detailing can be found via tumbled leather along its side paneling plus contrasting Varsity Red on its Nike Air tongue and insole branding.Continue to scroll below to check out more images of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Homage to Home which will give you a closer look. At the time of writing, they are just a sample and isn’t known if they will release to the public.